We had a great time at the hotel, it's beautiful, staff was always friendly and helpful. The only thing to keep in mind is it's an older building with wooden floors so it will creak.It's a brief walk to the French quarter and a quick...更多
Excellent stay at Old No 77.
Would definitely stay in the future. Rooms were well maintained and clean. Staff was very friendly. Nice to see a coffee bar in the lobby making a great Americano and a very good selection of pastries daily.更多
From the beauty of the building and rooms to the kind and attentive staff who made our trip to New Orleans so very special, thank you! Our pet chihuahua, D'Artagnan, felt very loved during his stay as well. The bar was our daily go to...更多
Windowless room and rude unhelpful bar staff! The room was like a prison cell, we had no idea if it was day or night. Trying to get an evening cocktail at the bar proved impossible, staff were extremely unhelpful. I would not go back.更多
Stayed one night, wish I could have stayed longer. Everyone was friendly and helpful, hotel has charm & style that fits right in in NOLA. Easy walk to conv center and french quarter. safe location. I you have the option for the queen room/no window...更多
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